Yesterday, I tried out Korean.. and today, it was so good to meet up with a few girlfriends whom I first met at Meetups a few months ago. We opted for Vietnamese, as two of us have tried this some weeks ago, and couldn't wait to go back. Some noodle soup would be great for warming up our bellies in this cold and wet weather.
This is actually quite a good place for lunch. The food is fast and the serving is quite generous and most importantly, they are very tasty! Again, it is best to go at around 11.30 - 11.45am to get a table during the weekdays as by 12.00pm - 12.30pm, the place is quite crowded. By 2pm, it's all quiten down again and we were the only people left in there!
I am quite happy with today as after this, we decided to venture out in the rain (and snow) to a nearby cafe, which happened to be.... THE CUTEST LITTLE CAFE... and seriously, seriously, I think I have found the perfect spot for that fine day in December!! But more about that later!
Anyhow, here's some snippets from our lunch. Btw, they do lunch specials, where different specials are to be had every day. The last time I was here, I had the Bun Bo Hue (spicy noodle soup) for 79KR. The specials are usually up on the TV screen at the bar/cash register.
A Taste of Vietnam
|These are complimentary. Fresh plain salad or pickled salad with crushed peanuts. There's some vinegary sauce as well. Bread, butter and prawn crackers are also provided!. On top of all these, water, tea and coffee are also included|
|Bun Bo Hue (Spicy Beef Vermicelli Noodle soup) - So tasty and colourful..|
|Today we had the flat noodle soup with chicken (79KR). Quite tasty!|
|Bun Cha Gio (79KR on special) - Vietnamese Spring Rolls with noodles. Really yummy! Deep Fried spring rolls on top of a bowl of noodles with fresh salad (lettuce and thinly sliced cucumber).. eaten drenched with fish sauce dipping sauce|